Fairphone - Bibi Bleekemolen

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  • Thank you martin and thanks you mvo nederland and idh for organizing this day.
    But lests start. Who want to hammer on a phone?
    But first a bit about us! FairPhone is the first phone manufacturer that puts social values first.
    But why should you do that instead of focusing in bringing thinner, ever more powerful and sleekier phones?
  • we can check how much...
    But what about the value that building cooperatives would have, in artisanal mining in DRCongo.
  • what is the value of workers that stay long at their jobs because of the good conditions and possibilities of personal growth
  • we can check how much...
    but what is the value of having safe and sustainable recycling methods.
  • But we said it is URBAN, so we need to do it a bit more stylish
  • For an urban mining session you only need this:
  • Fairphone - Bibi Bleekemolen

    1. 1. “By making a phone, we create a movement to build a fair economy”
    2. 2. food, clothing... it is time for better electronics
    3. 3. 6
    4. 4. Urban Mining If you can’t open it, you don’t own it! 13
    5. 5. How many different metals are used in mobile phones? 14
    6. 6. we are going to find them!! 15
    7. 7. 16
    8. 8. dismantle a phone... 17
    9. 9. Tin is a confl ict mineral. It is mined in t he east of DRCongo, in a confl ict area. Nearly 40% of t he world st ock is locat ed in t his confl ict area. The fi ght ing milit ias in East -Congo have big int erest s in t he ilegal mining of t in and ar e responsible of f orced work in t he shape of slavery en child labour in t hose mines. In t he print board, quit e some t in is used t o solder ot her component s. 18
    10. 10. You can’t change, what you don’t understand www.fairphone.com

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